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January 30, 2012

DOGGIE SPAS?

Doggie Spas?  Have we gone too far?

A pet spa is not a regular groomer.  Unlike a standard grooming shop, dog spas focus on creating a relaxed and stress-free environment for the dogs. Treatments vary from water sports such as swimming, hydrotherapy, aquatic treadmills, acupuncture, Reiki, grooming, massages, facials and nail art along with many more pampering treats await them. Some dog spas also offer overnight accommodation where dogs receive room service dog spa meals, private suites, limousine services and flat screen TV's tuned to the dog's favorite channel. Some spas even have cyber cameras provided so you can watch your dog online and be confident that he/she is being taken care of. 

But don't look at it solely as a dog luxury.  There are great benefits to pampering your dog and dropping him off at the doggie spa.  Dogs that get left home alone alot or older dogs who like humans especially benefit from a massage.  They come home happy, rested and clean.  

Even London's Harrod's has a doggie spa where you can drop off your creature and heve them pampered while you shop.  Would you consider taking your pooch?

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Comments

I would send my dog if we had a dog spa close by.

I can tell you this... my dog would sooo love to be taken to a spa! The pictures made me smile, Sandy... darling!

I would send mine too!
Smiles,
Sandra

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